Myths about 3D Rendering Services



Myths about 3D Rendering Services

If 3D is so useful, why has not it become the standard in the architectural industry? Because many experts who have worked a certain way for years and decades are skeptical about the introduction of a new technology. Unfortunately, this skepticism eventually turns into myths about 3D and those who believe in these myths miss out on all the great opportunities described above.

So what’s the most common myth about using 3D rendering services for architects? Well, some architects worry that it could lead to a lack of client involvement in the design process. Which ultimately leads to a unsatisfied customer. Fortunately, this is absolutely not the case. To prove this, let us unravel this myth.

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So does the use of 3D rendering affect the client actual participation in the design process? If we think about it, quite the opposite. With 3D architectural renderings, the client can immediately see whether he likes the proposed design or not. He can better understand the architect’s vision and feels much more involved in the design process, in which he plays a much more significant role. The use of 3D visualisations enables all parties to achieve a comprehensive mutual understanding.